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How can I obtain property currently owned by the city that is not tax-forfeited property?
Land and/or buildings no longer needed by the city may be acquired through the bid process or by prior agreement with the city to purchase the property at fair market value as determined by the average of three appraisals.

The city normally does not declare such property surplus until after a buyer expresses an interest. The Surplus Property Committee must vote to declare the property surplus and follows the process required by state statute to dispose of the property.

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1. I represent a non-profit organization that provides housing to low- and medium-income households. How may I obtain such property?
2. How can I obtain property currently owned by the city that is not tax-forfeited property?